FILMING fun videos together, May and her boyfriend are so loved up.
The young pair will regularly capture clips together which express their love for one another.
May is a proud curvy girl and is super loved up with her boyfriendCredit: Tiktok/@mayridts
But May soon started to feel like she wasn’t good enough for him.
And this wasn’t down to her boyfriend.
She claims it was down to negative comments from other people, who would comment on her body shape and compare it to his.
One comment May said she received read: “How do you stay confident as a squishy womanto a muscular man?”
In response to this, May decided to share a video on her TikTok account ‘Mayridts’.
She wrote: “Firstly, a little bit of a weird question hahah but he has never been the one who made me feel insecure or like there is something ‘wrong’ with me or I need to ‘change’ for him.
“It’s been comments from other people and daily messages asking me ‘how I feel confident next to him’ that made me question myself.
“Ofc (of course) my boyfriend isn’t the only reason I now feel confident, I did a lot of self work in the past years that has made me realise that my weight or fat doesn’t determine my worth.”
The video was shared to her 525k TikTok followers and has received over 173.9k likes, with hundreds rushing to the comments section to share their thoughts.
One wrote: “I’d rather ask him; how do you stay confident next to this bombshell.”
Another added: “The fact that people even ask that….so embarrassing for them.”
A third said: “It’s crazy to me that this is even a thing or that you think you have to make a video explaining this. You’re beautiful, period.”
This isn’t the first time a comments have been made on the looks of a couple.
Model Kirsty Brammeld was told she’s out of her fiances league and had to defend her relationship with him.
Kirsty, who has dated her partner Paul for more than seven years, often hears comments.
But she still reckons people have the wrong priorities when it comes to love.
The content creator, from the West Midlands, said before she became popular online “nobody” would comment but now “it’s constant.”
She adds: “Sometimes I look at it as a compliment, it all depends on how it’s worded.
“My partner sometimes gets insulted but we also do see the funny side of things.”
Kirsty thinks that “people are just jealous” and “go off looks over personality all the time.”
She continues: “You could be the best looking person in the world and still have the world’s ugliest personality.”